TUI MS in Health Sciences??

Discussion in 'Nursing and medical-related degrees' started by tattoo, Apr 26, 2005.

  1. tattoo

    tattoo New Member

    Hi Everyone,
    I have only posted a few times on this board, but I read it regularly. I must say I find it very informative- a wonderful research tool which has helped me a lot.
    I am posting today to ask if any of you have any experience with TUI's MS in health Sciences. I am particularly interested in the International Health or Health Education tracks. I am basically interested in whether you liked the program, if it was challenging, and if you felt connected. I'd love to hear from anyone, not necessarily those who have been through those tracks.
    I originally had planned to go to UMASS's MPH DL program, but since TUI consts the same, I thought I'd check it out. And if anyone knows of other schools with programs in International health or health ed, give me a holler. I am looking to start in october since I will be finishing my Master's in CJ at Boston U. then.
    Thanks everyone,
  2. Eli

    Eli New Member

    I was not enrolled in the health science program but some of my friends did. It is listed with FEMA:

    The program is rigorous, student centered, and challenging. Similar to other colleges at Touro, despite the program's rigor students tend to enjoy the course because the faculty are extremely dedicated and focused on the student. You feel it is a one-to-one class. In short, my experience with Touro was excellent during the 5 years period I spent with them and where I received my MBA and Ph.D. degrees. Highly recommended!

    Hope this helps.


  3. tattoo

    tattoo New Member

    Thank You Eli!!

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